Smart Communities with Erin Toop and Howaida Hassan, City of Edmonton

This final episode in the ITE Talks Transportation Smart Communities series features Erin Toop and Howaida Hassan with the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, discussing the city’s connected and automated vehicle test bed efforts.

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Howaida Hassan

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Ronnie Hakim: MTA Managing Director, ITS NJ Hall of Fame Member, Looks at Technology from Both Sides of Hudson

At ITS New Jersey‘s annual meeting in September, Veronique (Ronnie) Hakim, Managing Director of the MTA, was inducted into the organization’s hall of fame. Hakim, who served the Garden State for six years as executive director of NJ Transit and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, has had a unique opportunity to see the bi-state transportation network from three of the largest transportation agencies in the US. She spoke with Transportation Radio about what she learned during her time in New Jersey, especially from a technology perspective.

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Ronnie Hakim

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Smart Communities with Peter Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon

In the fourth episode of the ITE Talks Transportation smart communities series, Peter Koonce, PE, manager of the Signals, Street Lighting and ITS Division, of the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, discusses some of the ways that Portland is a smart community, such as through its regional approach to traffic signal systems.

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How Do You Bring 21st Century Communications Technology to a 100+ Year Old Transit System?

When the New York City subway opened in 1904 even H.G. Wells probably didn’t envision the types of communications we take for granted today. Transit Wireless took on the challenge of making it possible to use cellphones in underground subway stations. Not only is cell service now available, but Wi-Fi and public safety radios also work in underground stations.

Bill Bayne is the CEO of Transit Wireless and we spoke about what the company is doing and some of the challenges they faced in making it operational.

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